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Longoria, Blach lead resilient Giants past Dodgers 4-2

BY ANTHONY SOSA A clutch three-run home run by Evan Longoria in the bottom of the first inning and a solid start from Ty Blach helped the San Francisco Giants defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2, in front of an electric, sold-out crowd Sunday at AT&T Park. The victory secured …

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Nationals jump the Shark, clobber Giants 15-2 behind Scherzer

BY ANTHONY SOSA A rough outing for San Francisco Giants’ starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija and a strong showing from the Washington Nationals’ offense proved too much for the Giants to complete a series sweep as they lost 15-2 Wednesday at AT&T Park. Despite the loss, the Giants still managed to …

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Giants offense wastes Suarez’s solid debut against D-Backs

BY ANTHONY SOSA With the San Francisco Giants losing Johnny Cueto to the DL due to an ankle injury, manager Bruce Bochy called on rookie left-hander Andrew Suarez to make his Major League debut on Wednesday against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Suarez responded by providing his skipper 5.1 solid innings, allowing …

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Giants Lose Pitching Duel to Kershaw and Dodgers in 10 Innings

BY ANTHONY SOSA After an exhilarating 5 hour and 16 minute, 14-inning affair last night, the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers followed it up with another extra inning game Sunday at AT&T Park. This time the late-inning heroics came for Los Angeles instead as pinch hitter Kyle Farmer …

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Giants play spoiler against Rox as nightmare season winds down

BY RYAN LEONG Even though the Giants have lost 93 games and are playing out possibly the worst single season in franchise history, they’re not planning to rebuild. Proof of this was made on September 16 when General Manager Bobby Evans elected to pick up the $9 million option on …

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Scrappy Giants post another winning homestand

BY RYAN LEONG There’s an old cliché that it’s better to be lucky than good. An examination of Wednesday afternoon’s Giants game was a good example of that. San Francisco was 2-for-14 with runners in scoring position and stranded eight runners yet managed to beat the playoff contending Milwaukee Brewers …

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